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Fog Top

Many relatives came to stay for the Fourth. They're great about leaving their wireless devices off and inside cars when here, so my guard was down when I realized after dark that they had handheld drones out and were ready to dogfight.  Like an idiot not giving a thought to ES, I stood behind my son-in-law as he operated one and watched in total fascination at the light show in the night sky.  It ended with a drone landing on a car beside me.  Instantly I got a blinding migraine, stumbled to bed and never moved again the whole night but thankfully woke up the next day with just some minor effects. 

  Anyone else experienced being around these and had problems?  We plan to meet again for the Eclipse and the EMF meters will be ready to see what kind of power these things emits, and I will watch from far away.

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I have some RC planes and remotes.. They are strong, very strong... to be sure the drone can get the signal, otherwise it would crash..

Typically they are around 200milliWatts. They would surely be too strong for you.

I have an adjustable one I can put to 10mW which I have used a lot, and I'm about to sell the 200mW one... that's 200,000 microwatts.. I think it's per m2 not cm2.. or that would just be ridiculous.

The battery for the transmitter is huge, and it lasts 3-4 hours typically.. so it's a lot of energy going out.  My 10mW one lasts very long compared to the other.
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Wow, Sailplane, that is so powerful!  My son-in-law also has a couple of remote cars and boat that travel around 50 mph.  I've stayed far back from those "shows" because of their erratic movements and speed.  My daughter says he's becoming ADHD.  He's also on a cellphone in his pickup or CAT all day because of having to answer questions from workers.  Makes me worry that he'll become sick and disabled from ES at an early age and of course be given a 'psychiatric' diagnosis  because of so many clueless physicians. 


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I have some RC planes and remotes.. They are strong, very strong... to be sure the drone can get the signal, otherwise it would crash..

Typically they are around 200milliWatts. They would surely be too strong for you.

I have an adjustable one I can put to 10mW which I have used a lot, and I'm about to sell the 200mW one.


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Fog Top wrote
Wow, Sailplane, that is so powerful!  My son-in-law also has a couple of remote cars and boat that travel around 50 mph.  I've stayed far back from those "shows" because of their erratic movements and speed.  My daughter says he's becoming ADHD.  He's also on a cellphone in his pickup or CAT all day because of having to answer questions from workers.  Makes me worry that he'll become sick and disabled from ES at an early age and of course be given a 'psychiatric' diagnosis  because of so many clueless physicians.
I'd be worried too. As we well know the doses are cumulative.  I think it's only a matter of time until we start seeing more sick people than ever before.  I hope I'm wrong, and we're just super sensitive while other people are not affected.  But that's not what scientific research finds unfortunately.  

I found a good paper of how many perfectly good studies are being ignored, of course because of money.
https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/reveh.2016.31.issue-4/reveh-2016-0060/reveh-2016-0060.xml

https://betweenrockandhardplace.wordpress.com/2014/04/10/eileen-oconnor-on-scenihr-is-science-being-hidden-from-the-public/
"The Hardell Group published five ground breaking studies in 2013, all of which have been ignored by SCENIHR in their report. The Hardell studies are the first to correlate mobile phone usage with incidences of brain tumours over a 20+year period of time, longer than any other epidemiological studies. They found a clear correlation between cell phone usage and two types of brain tumours, acoustic neuromas and the deadliest of all brain cancers, gliomas. Yet this startling risk of brain tumours was not only ignored, but denigrated by members of SCENIHR, the irony being IARC — the World Health Organization’s cancer committee — accepted Hardell’s science prior to 2013 for consideration when the IARC scientists almost unanimously voted for the 2B “possible carcinogen to humans” classification for the entire RF – EMF Spectrum."

Every day a little more is added to everyone exposed, until the glass overflows.

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